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Submitted by cl1983 785d ago | news

The Halo Bulletin: 5.8.13

B is for Bravo:

Normally, people are not allowed to have friends visit them regularly at work. Luckily though, over the past few weeks, several of our friends have been visiting the studio. At first I thought this was strangely awesome – tons of Halo players visiting the studio to hang out with me. Slowly, however, I have realized that it’s much more likely that everyone just wants to get their hands on the 4-shot Battle Rifle and new weapon tuning. This is based on the fact that most guests generally walk past my welcoming outstretched hand and straight into our Multiplayer playlab. (Culture, Halo 4, Xbox 360)

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